My Rash Guard Experience
(Portland, OR, USA)
Whenever I hit the open waves, there is always the embarrassing and unpleasant risk of developing a nasty rash.
It makes the ladies cringe and lowers my comfort on the beach quite a bit; like a king knocked off his throne.
Rash Guards have helped me out substantially since one of my gal pals bought one for me. It's this sporty black form fitter with a turtle neck and smooth as a seal's hide.
Rash Guards use to appear a little too trendy to me, a little too obscure for the surf. However, Rash Guards are quite beneficial on both stylistic and healthy levels.
It protects me from the sun's harmful UV rays so skin cancer won't be an issue when I find myself sitting on a rocking chair in the future.
This is a great thing to consider if you're a health conscious person or if your skin is pasty white like a spilt bottle of Elmer's glue.
The ladies on the beach?
I've been receiving looks from the sunbathers now more than ever.
The other surfers have this envious look on their faces as I pass by, like they're saying, "No way...I didn't wear a shirt today and this guy gets all the attention. No fair!"
It gives me a professional appearance for a sport which I consider to be a strong passion. My skepticism has completely been blown away no that I wear this clothing.
Without a doubt, I would highly recommend using a rash guard
the next time you find yourself in front of a promising tide. You won't regret it and you'll look pretty sexy in the process.